I also have his second novel, Voyage, another fantastic sea story.
Just replace the word 'Wanderer' with 'Philosopher' throughout this book and you will get the idea of what the author is unconsciously trying to say.
This is a story of wanderlust, and love, and the raw beauty, if you will, of the world.
how a boy becomes a man regardless of adversity. Decisions pondered, solved, right or wrong. reaching for a dreamPublished 11 days ago by pat harding
Who would have guessed that a Hollywood movie star would turn out to be such an interesting character and a decent author as well? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeffrey Robert Norman
Great book, wonderfully written, think people who toss the garbage of life away and live real are fearless, their not.Published 2 months ago by Maureen Browne
Just joking. But I am alluding to the position of preference that Sterling Hayden chose when writing Wanderer, and how he decided to remain on two feet, standing up with back... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carioca56
half way through and it's an amazing storyline and well written, but more of a retrospective look at a life than a blow-by-blow adventure novel.. still inspiring thoughPublished 3 months ago by Run With Them Or Fear Them
I read this book about 30 years ago - I was too young for it then. Sterling Hayden tells his life story (at least up until his famous cruise to Tahiti) but woven through it is a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by John J. Oneill Jr.
I am still thinking about this book nearly 40 years after I first read it. If you've ever wondered about your place in life, you will find it inspirational and thought-provoking. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eric B. Norris
A story of a authentic and interesting individual and the emerging realities of working in hollywood . A very good read.Published 6 months ago by Mac
great read this guy is the real john wayne smooth transaction now go back and watch his old movies, what a characterPublished 7 months ago by morris levy